Square, Plaza sights in East Of Milan
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Like most Lombard towns, Cremona was an independent comune until the 14th century, when the Viscontis of Milan added it to their growing collection. To maintain the difference between the secular and spiritual, buildings connected with the Church were erected on the eastern side of Piazza del Comune, and those concerned with secular affairs were constructed across the way. On Sundays, the piazza is filled with antique stalls.